August 8, 2017

A free event for interns, students, and young professionals on August 8, 2017


Demystifying Health Policy:
Medicare, Medicaid, and the Individual Marketplace


Join the National Academy of Social Insurance for a free, day-long health policy seminar on Medicare, Medicaid, and the individual marketplace. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with other interns, students, and young professionals and to interact with health policy experts from leading non-profits, government organizations, advocacy groups, and think tanks. Light breakfast and lunch will be provided.

This is the first of two 2017 Summer Academies. Demystifying Social Security is being held on on August 10, 2017, also at the Kaiser Family Foundation’s Barbara Jordan Conference Center.

Join the conversation on Twitter by following @socialinsurance and using the event hashtag: #HealthPolicy17.

Sessions Include:

  • Medicare: How Does It Work, What Challenges Does It Face?
  • Medicaid: How Does It Work, What Challenges Does It Face?
  • The Individual Marketplace: How Did It Work Before and After the Affordable Care Act, What Challenges Does It Face, and How Would Current Proposals Address These?
  • How Could Social Insurance Help Address U.S. Health Policy Challenges?
  • Looking Ahead: Playing a Role in the Future of Health Policy

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